Weekend wrap: Oct. 30

The weekend didn’t see any upsets. Here’s a recap of the big stories.

No. 3 Minnesota-Duluth at Ohio State
Katherine McGovern and Sydney Brodt each had two goals in the Bulldogs’ 6-0 win on Friday. UMD scored four first-period goals and Ohio State could not recover. On Saturday, the Bulldogs scored twice in the second period and again in the third to ensure the sweep. Seven different players scored goals for UMD over the weekend.

No. 9 Princeton at Yale
Yale took a chance in goal, starting freshman Tera Hofman, and it paid off as they fought to a 1-1 tie with No. 9 Princeton Saturday. Eden Murray got Yale on the board first with a power-play goal midway through the third period. It looked as though the Elis might be able to pull off the upset, but Princeton forced overtime with just 1:29 left in the game.

Mercyhurst at Robert Morris
The Colonials scored in the opening minutes of the game and sealed the victory with a goal with under two minutes to go in the game to take their first conference win 2-1 on Friday night. Mercyhurst jumped out to the lead on Saturday, but could not hold on, suffering its fifth straight loss as the Colonials won their second-straight 2-1 game. Aneta Ledlova had a goal and two assists on the weekend for Robert Morris.

The rest of the top 10

No. 2 Minnesota at St. Cloud State
Kelly Pannek, Sarah Potomak and Dani Cameranesi combined for four goals and 11 total points as the Gophers won 5-2 on Thursday. On Friday, Minnesota outshot SCSU 39-9 and Dani Cameranesi had two goals to give Minnesota the sweep with a 3-0 win.

Harvard at No. 8 Clarkson
Cayley Mercer scored twice as Clarkson beat Harvard 4-0 Friday.

No. 9 Princeton at Brown
Karlie Lund had two second-period goals to lead the Tigers past Brown 4-0 Friday.

Dartmouth at No. 7 St. Lawrence
Kennedy Marchment tallied her 17th point of the season as the Saints won 2-0 Friday.

No. 6 Colgate at Union
The Raiders outshot Union 41-14 en route to a 2-0 victory Friday.

No. 5 Quinnipiac at Yale
Taylor Cianfarano scored her eighth and ninth goals of the season as the Bobcats won 4-1 on Friday.

No. 4 Boston College vs. Connecticut (home-and-home)
Andie Anastos did all the scoring for BC as they beat UConn 3-0 Friday. BC dominated Saturday to get a series sweep. Ryan Little scored twice in the first period to lead the Eagles to the 5-1 victory.

No. 5 Quinnipiac at Brown
Eight different Bobcats scored goals en route to the 5-0 win Saturday.

No. 6 Colgate at Rensselaer
Three second-period goals powered Colgate to the 4-1 win Saturday.

No. 1 Wisconsin at Minnesota State
Sarah Nurse continued to shine with a goal and an assist as the Badgers won 3-0 on Friday. On Saturday, MSU scored first, but two second-period goals from Baylee Wellhausen helped the Badgers get the sweep with a 3-1 win.